Halloween is just around the corner and these spider web halloween crackers will make a perfection addition to any Halloween party.

Chocolate covered ritz crackers featuring a white chocolate spider web design on top of cracker.

I have the loudest 3-year-old on the planet. A bit of an exaggeration, yes. However, when I made these spider web Halloween crackers earlier this week, he was bouncing off the walls with excitement! I was ready to go grab ear plugs and put them in right then and there. He was ecstatic to see I was making a treat catered to him. I guess it goes without saying, I rarely make cute kid type foods.

 

A chocolate covered ritz cracker broken in half.

My 3-year-old was on cloud 9. I basically won “Best Mom Award” that afternoon. Spider webs on top of his favorite cracker dunked in chocolate.

Chocolate covered ritz crackers with a white spider web design on the cracker.

I will tell you this: I spent a solid 5 minutes swatting his hands away from the finished crackers. He managed to sneak 3 treats throughout the 15 minutes it took for us to make these. It was the perfect activity to commence the fall weather and the fast approaching Halloween holiday!

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White chocolate spider web draw on a chocolate coated cracker.
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Spider Web Halloween Crackers

These spider web halloween crackers will make a perfection addition to any Halloween party. 
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
Servings: 4 servings

Ingredients
 

  • 4 oz Milk melting chocolate
  • 12-15 Ritz Crackers
  • 2 oz white almond bark

Instructions
 

  • Place the milk chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Melt according to package directions. Or, microwave in 30 second increments stirring after each interval. Once melted dip Ritz crackers into the chocolate. Flip cracker until coated.  Tap off the excess chocolate. 
  • Place the chocolate covered cracker on a piece of wax paper. Let set. 
  • Once the milk chocolate has set, melt the almond bark (or white chocolate). Place the white chocolate into a piping bag. Grab the smallest decorating tip you own, and pipe spider web designs on each of the crackers. Alternatively, you can place the white chocolate in a Ziplock bag and cut the corner off. This works nicely too. 

Notes

1 oz of chocolate will cover 4 Ritz crackers. If you want to make more than 12 crackers, melt more chocolate. 

Nutrition

Calories: 268kcal (13%)Carbohydrates: 32g (11%)Protein: 1g (2%)Fat: 15g (23%)Saturated Fat: 10g (50%)Sodium: 88mg (4%)Potassium: 92mg (3%)Fiber: 1g (4%)Sugar: 25g (28%)Calcium: 21mg (2%)Iron: 1.2mg (7%)
author: Salt & Baker
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
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